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Restaurants with a Difference in London

London has the reputation of being a gourmet’s paradise besides all its other attributes. There is a plethora of different types of places serving food ranging from the most expensive restaurants including the Michelin starred ones to the cheapest street food vendors. Besides these, there are many unconventional and unusual places for eating out in London.

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Dans Le Noir: This restaurant with a difference gives a unique ambiance for fine dining as you have to eat your dinner completely in the dark. This strange idea has become quite popular as guests can experience the true taste of food while dining without any semblance of light. The place has 11 trained guides to help you if you feel that you may spill the food.

St. John’s Offal Restaurant: An ideal place for non-vegetarians that serves exclusive, tasty pig’s trotters, tripe, or grilled ox heart. With a constantly changing menu, the restaurant ensures that no cut is ever wasted. Located next to Smithfield’s meat market, it is basically only for those who have a strong mind and stomach.

If you wish to stay comfortably while on a trip to London, your best bet would be to choose The Montcalm Hotel London as it provides luxurious accommodation, state-of-the-art facilities, excellent services, and close proximity to most attractions.

Vitaorganic: This small, cosy restaurant is for the health conscious, offering raw and slow cooked food, and is becoming popular by the day. A choice of 20 vegan and raw food dishes is offered and cost is kept low because of the pay-by-the scoop self service buffet.

Garlic and Shots: Looking like a biker bar, this is an unusual themed bar and eatery in which everything is served with a lashing of garlic, even the ice cream. It also offers a line of vodka shots, with 101 types to choose from.   Their garlic beer is worth trying.

Guests staying at The Montcalm at Brewery London City Hotel get the advantage of enjoying luxurious accommodation and personalised services that are designed to ensure that all their needs are adequately met.

Tiroler Hut: This popular kitsch Austrian restaurant is made like a chalet with the waitresses dressed in traditional Heidi style costumes. Dinner is served in the midst of yodelling, accordion playing, and cowbell ringing. It has a super friendly environment and the food specialities are Bratwurst, wienerschitzel and sauerkraut.

RootMaster: It is London’s first vegan ‘Bustaurant’ with the kitchen occupying the ground floor and seating is upstairs offering splendid views and creating a romantic environment. The idea of eating in a bus and reasonably-priced food, have made it very popular.

Inamo: This Pan-Asian restaurant provides an interactive ordering system so that customers can order their food from the surface of their table. A different tablecloth can also be chosen to play a game of battleships in between courses and you can even order for a taxi to take you home.

The other unusual restaurants include Medieval Banquet, Abracadabra and the Wapping Project.

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